Harmony's Strangelove Shoots 4th Movie in London Townhouse

LONDON — Shooting has started for the latest production helmed by Harmony Films' newest director, Strangelove.

Currently untitled, it's Strangelove's fourth title for Harmony Films. The two-week shoot will feature a European and English cast that includes Sarah Twain, Tanya Tate and Jennifer Stone.

The first scene will be shot at Portland Place, a 18th century townhouse now used as a venue for property developer and party promoter Lord Edward Davenport's exclusive social functions.

"We're very pleased with the work Strangelove's done for us with 'Ladies of Pleasure' and 'Scarlet Women,'" said Jason Maskell, Harmony Films' sales and marketing manager. "We're particularly pleased with Strangelove's use of a historic building like Portland Place. It keeps with our philosophy to shoot at the best locations we can find and use the best talent we can find. It goes without saying that we're looking forward to what Strangelove has in store for this title."

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